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Shower Possible Tomorrow, Big Changes Ahead

A major pattern flip means a chilly weekend is ahead

NBC Connecticut meteorologist Tyler Jankoski says a few showers will move through tomorrow and then the focus is a big pattern flip. (Published Monday, Oct. 12, 2015)

The warmest day of the week was today, now temperatures fall moving forward.

Clouds increase tonight and there can be a shower after midnight. Low temperatures will range from the middle-40s to the middle-50s.

A cold front sweeps across the state tomorrow, bringing with it a few p.m. showers. It won't be a washout by any means, but there will be more clouds than sunshine and some towns will have some rain drops.

The big story for middle and late week is a fundamental change in the temperature department. Each day will be cooler than the previous day.

High temperatures will be well below average this weekend.
Photo credit: Tyler Jankoski

Wednesday and Thursday look dry, but mostly cloudy skies are expected. Temperatures will be in the upper-60s inland on Wednesday, but lower-60s inland by Thursday.

There's a chance for a shower on Friday, but like Tuesday, it's a small chance.

Saturday's temperatures will peak in the upper-50s inland, but only lower-50s by Sunday!

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